Things to do at Crich Tramway Village review
There is plenty to do on a day out at Crich Tramway village located in Crich near Matlock bath. There are at least 60 trams that you can look at plus 3 different trams ride up and down the lines a day. One stops every 10 minutes at the main terminus. You are entitled to ride, with your entrance ticket, as much as you like that day. A visit to Crich Tramway village is like stepping back in time.
On the site, you will find authentic shops, red lion pub, tea-room, street lamps and more. You can walk around most of the buildings. There’s also a small exhibition of mining equipment. At the top of the tramway village, I recommend getting off the tram and walking down through their woodland walk and sculpture trail. There’s plenty to find including some really unique sculptures, a mini maze and a playground at the bottom.
Indoors there is a small soft play area which is themed on trams. There is also a great exhibition hall with various trams over the decades. They have a few interactive displays in here. Plus a workshop where you can see them working on the trams.
Other indoor exhibitions include the Derby Assembly rooms and dress up, tram depot and the George Stephenson discovery and learning centre.
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FAQ and Further Information Crich Tramway Village
Is there food and drink available?
There is Rita’s tearoom or the Red Lion pub which mostly offers paninis and drinks. The tearooms serve mainly pies, soup or sandwiches.
What are the main things to do?
Outdoors – Unlimited rides on different trams throughout the day, Woodland walk with a sculpture trail, adventure playground. Indoors – Authentic shops, soft play, exhibition hall, dress up, tram depot and a discovery and learning centre.
What are the ticket prices?
*Higher Priced – But includes a free annual pass
Prices are subject to change and/or discounts online. *Higher priced – between £13 to £18 per adult Children under 4 are free. Once you have purchased your ticket you are entitled to return as many times as you wish over the next 12 months (during open days). Some events may be extra. Booking online in advance can save you a small amount of money.
Is there parking?
There is free parking.
When are they open?
Crich Tramway Village is open from mid March until late October. For up to date opening times and dates please follow this lin
Dogs on a lead are allowed in most areas except for the Tearooms and the indoor children’s play area.
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